The Boys and Girls Club is proud to offer over 20 hours a week of FREE youth programming (ages 13 and up). As indicated in the Kingston Youth Strategy there is insufficient affordable youth programming in the City of Kingston. Our Club provides a safe and supportive location for youth to experience an enormous variety of diverse programming and build healthy relationships, confidence and skills for life! Click here for more
The KCHC Youth Space is an integrated youth-led project that provides a range of services to young people under the age of 26. We provide hepatitis C information and support; harm reduction education and supplies; a food and clothing cupboard; sexual health information and condoms; community referrals; outreach; recreational opportunities; housing and job board; access to internet; a variety of programs; training and volunteer opportunities. Click here for our weekly programs list
ISKA's Multicultural Youth Group- Designed to help immigrant youth integrate into the Kingston community through interactive games, activities, community outings and lots of stuff, to gain Canadian experiences. Monthly calendars will put up on our Facebook. Click here to join our Facebook group for more!
The Fire Escape is a drop in program to provide a place that is safe, consistant, and that demonstrates acceptance, accountability, and unconditional love. Click here for more information and the drop-in schedule.
iskYOUTH represents Muslim youth in Kingston and is an initiative of the Islamic Society of Kingston. This group is dedicated to holding youth-focused programs and activities. Click here to join our Facebook group
GameFace- THe RideauHeights GameFace drop in is back, open Mon-Fri 1-4 & 4:30-8pm (All Ages) & Friday 4:30-8pm (Teen Night) We're Located at RHPS! Click here to follow us on Facebook for all the updates!
Girls Inc. Limestone is a community service agency dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold! Our drop in program for girls ages 6 to grade 8 from Mondays to Thursdays 2:30pm to 5:30pm, please click here for more information.
The Senior Youth Group of KUF is a world apart from the chaos of high school, somewhere to retreat and recharge, to discuss and dance around, to celebrate and commiserate about matters personal and universal, where people care about the world and each other. Youth-empowerment focused, the Senior Youth Group offers an opportunity for youth to develop their leadership skills by facilitating cool workshops, leading activities as well as participating in and hosting UU gatherings (cons). Click here to join our Facebook page.
The Kingston Frontenac Public Library has 16 different branches across the Kingston and Frontenac regions. There are spaces to read, lots of computer and book resources, and safe quite places to do homework. Also check out the new Teen Advisory Committee to get involved with the library. Click here for more, or contact the Youth Librarian Graeme at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Salvation Army Kingston runs the Gathering Place, a day shelter serving Kingston's homeless and their peers, for those in transition and those at risk of losing their housing. Salvation Army provides a non- judgmental atmosphere where our guests can take shelter from harsh and inclement weather, eat a light nutritious meal and hang out with their peers. Staff are always available to provide individual counselling and emotional support. Click here for more information and drop in times.
The City of Kingston funds a wide range of drop-in programs for all ages, some are free, and some come with a small cost, for more information on all of their programs Click Here for the current list!
Don't forget to always check back with this page of the City of Kingston's Website for updated programs and offerings!